Hey guys, i'm looking to buy myself a good knife for cuting my fruits and citrus at job. I'm ready to pay a good price, but, for something i'm gonna be sure i love. I was looking at ceramic, stainless steel, carbon... i'm a bit confused on what is the more effective or what are the particularities of each product.
What do you use at work? What do you think about all the products on the market?
Help me buy the best knife.
I recently bought a Pure Komachi 2 Series 4-Inch Citrus Knife and have been pleased with it so far.
David J. Montgomery
What do folks look for in a "good citrus knife" over and above being the right size and being able to hold a sharp edge?
For my traveling bag, I love the "Hocho" folding chef knife by A. G. Russell http://www.agrussell.com/product.asp?pn=HK-14
Sorry if this is a little late...
I have spent hundreds of dollars on knives. My favourite knife for cooking at home right now is a Ken Onion Shun knife. That said, my bar knife is this one,
The acid from citrus doesn't destroy it like a Japanese blade. You can bend it to filet your twists. And best of all it's $16, so I get a new one every year. I know it seems cheap, but it really is the best bar knife I have found.